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Foxwoods site 90?

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Portable14 said:
I've programmed the Foxwoods site 90 which is the LTR standard portion of their system, Will my uniden BCD396T be able to track this system?

http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=2674

That's the link to the system if it helps...
Yes it wil but you may need to put the frequencies in the ccorrect order. I do not have a 396 so I am not sure if you need the LCN.
 

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The 396T does require correct LCN order, And I put the frequencies from site 90 into the scanner in the order in which they were listed. Haven't heard anything yet, But I will let everyone know as soon as I hear anything. Instead of wasting time programming all the talk-groups (In case I won't be able to hear anything) I just put that system on "ID SEARCH".
 

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that system is busy 24/7. if 15 minutes goes by without hearing any traffic and you are in search mode, I would check the LCN order and the system type to be sure you have it correct.
If you aren't sure, monitor 451.8250, 451.425, or 452.2750 (HOME channels) in conventional mode. that will tell if there is activity.
Enter the new frequencies posted in the other thread to see if you hear any traffic on them. http://www.radioreference.com/forums/showthread.php?t=105515

I will be heading down after mid June to do some extended monitoring on site. Hopefully there will be some detecting left to do.

chris
 
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